Horses are our passion. By joining and taking part in Association activities you can make new friends, learn something new that will help you with your horse, show off your pride and joy in the show arena, and even ride off into the sunset on one of our organized group trail rides. Some Association events (like group Ridge Riders outings) are for members only, so be sure to officially enroll! You're also showing support for keeping horse activities in northern New Mexico through your membership.
Monthly meetings featuring a speaker or demonstration of equine interest are held the last Wednesday of every month. Other activities are scheduled in season. See the Events page for upcoming topics and dates.
Annual membership follows the calendar year, running from January through December. Memberships are $25/individual and $30/family (max. 5). You may join in-person, by U.S. mail, or online.
By U.S. Mail
Click on the button below to download the membership application to your computer in PDF format. (Macs may download automatically; PCs may have to be directed to download and display in Adobe Reader.) Print it out, , fill in the blanks, then sign and mail with a check to: NNMHA, PO Box 4124, Santa Fe, NM 87502.
Member Emails : Whitelisting We send member emails 1-3 times per month. If you're not receiving them, we want to know! And here are extra suggestions for what you can do to help us get your newsletter to you. Read more
"Whitelisting" to Receive Emails
Unfortunately and despite best efforts on our end, a couple of members every year don't receive their email from us. When email is delivered to gmail/msn/comcast/etc. servers, some fraction of it may be identified as "spam" or "junk" and sorted off into a separate folder on that server as it arrives. If you use a client on your computer (meaning a program that is not an internet browser) to see your mail (Outlook, Thunderbird, MacMail, etc.), those clients do not download anything that isn't in the inbox. So it looks like lost mail. And the server junk folder has nothing to do with the client junk folder; they work independently.
If your mail service is mis-identifying mailings--which can happen especially when the mailing is sent as part of a list as our newsletters are--it's possible to go online and "whitelist" the address from which the mailing is expected. That will inform the server to keep any mailings from that address in the inbox and not shunt them off to junk.
Our official Association email address to whitelist: firstname.lastname@example.org
Open a browser (Safari, Internet Explorer, Chrome, Edge, Firefox, or other), and log in to your Gmail at http://www.gmail.com Click the gear icon in the top-right, and select Settings. Click the Filters and Blocked Addresses tab. Click Create New Filter. In the pop-up window, enter the email address you want whitelisted in the From field. ... Click "Create filter" (not "Search"). When the dialog box appears, toggle "Never send to Spam" and then "Save".
Microsoft --hotmail, live mail, msn--which all use Outlook
Open a browser (Safari, Internet Explorer, Chrome, Edge, Firefox, or other), and log in to your email account at http://www.outlook.com Select the Settings icon (gear icon) at the top-right corner Select "View all Outlook settings" (toward the bottom) Select "Mail" (toward the left column) Select "Junk email" (middle column) Under the Safe senders and domains header, select "Add" Enter the sender email address then press the [Enter] key on your keyboard Select the Save that appears in the bottom-right corner Now future messages sent from that safe email address will stay in your inbox.
Open a browser (Safari, Internet Explorer, Chrome, Edge, Firefox, or other), and log in to your mail account at http://www.aol.com From Aol Mail, select Contacts Select the New Contact icon Enter the contact’s information, especially the email address of the sender in the Email 1 field Select Add Contact
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